Crystallographic Directions and Planes

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What is the equilibrium concentration of vacancies in a material at a specific temperature called?

Defect concentration

Which one of the following is NOT a type of defect in a solid?

Plane

Which one of the following is the correct notation to represent crystallographic directions in HCP crystals?

4 index notation

Which one of the following is the correct notation to represent crystallographic planes in cubic crystals?

3 index notation

Which one of the following is the most common type of crystal lattice?

FCC

Study Notes

Defects in Solids

  • The equilibrium concentration of vacancies in a material at a specific temperature is called the thermodynamic equilibrium concentration of vacancies.

Types of Defects

  • One type of defect that is NOT a type of defect in a solid is a perfect crystal.

Crystallographic Directions in HCP Crystals

  • The correct notation to represent crystallographic directions in HCP crystals is Indices notation.

Crystallographic Planes in Cubic Crystals

  • The correct notation to represent crystallographic planes in cubic crystals is Miller Indices notation.

Types of Crystal Lattices

  • The most common type of crystal lattice is the Face-Centered Cubic (FCC) lattice.

Test your knowledge of crystallographic directions and planes with this quiz! Learn about different crystalline lattices such as FCC, BCC, and HCP, and discover the methodology for describing and identifying crystallographic directions and planes using Miller indices. Don't miss the special considerations for representing equivalent crystallographic directions in HCP structures.

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